It doesn't take a thorough understanding of zoology to figure out that the Honeysuckle Possum is a much less aggressive cousin of the feared Honey Badger and that...No? Well that takes this listing in a completely different direction. It seems The Honeysuckle Possums are a band steeped in old-timey bluegrass, with plenty of original material thrown in. And they seem to have a really great time doing what they do—which also seems to be infectious with audiences. Get this—in addition to the usual guitar, banjo, fiddle, upright bass arrangements, they also play strum sticks, tin whistles and such. This is a rollickin' band with some good old Appalachian flat footin' to boot. (See what I did there?) The cover all goes to the band. There's a public jam at 4pm and a dinner at 5:30pm ($10, which goes to the church). So again. Not an animal act, but a really fun band.
- Occurred Saturday, November 9th, 2019 @ 7:00 pm